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Bretherton, J. & Pleace, N. (2016), Crisis Skylight: Journeys to Progression : Second Interim Report of the University of York Evaluation . Crisis. Report (PDF , 587kb)
J. Rugg (2016) Temporary Accommodation in London, London Councils Report (PDF , 421kb)
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Rugg, J. J., & Holland, S. M. (2016). Respecting corpses: The ethics of grave re-use. Mortality.
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